- In-person event
- ≈ 2 hours · No intermission
Focused on bringing hip hop into the classroom as a teachable tool, the Hip Hop Headucatorz are a collective of DJs, producers, emcees, breakers and graffiti artists who develop ready-to-use resources for teachers. As professional educators themselves, they know how hip hop reaches and inspires students. As part of the NAC's Hip Hop Theatre Festival, this panel discussion will explore how hip hop’s 50-year history and ever-shifting culture can connect with, inspire, and motivate students of all ages.
Following the panel, you are invited to join us over light refreshments for an informal social event to make connections and explore possible collaborations among fellow educators and hip hop artists.
The panel and social event are being offered both in-person at the NAC and livestreamed over zoom. To register for the virtual event instead, please visit: https://nac-cna.ca/en/event/35705
Learn more about Hip Hop Headucatorz: https://hiphopheaducatorz.com/